Of course the above paragraph is nonsense. It is a slightly altered version of Kristol's lead paragraph on a Monday column:
The emergence Friday of the disgusting Trump tape was a gift to the Republican party. It provided an occasion, at the very last minute, for the party to dump a fundamentally unworthy and radically unfit nominee. At the very least it provided an occasion for the party to separate itself radically from that nominee.A month before the election, Kristol is still a whiny little brat who at 63 is proof that certain men age but never mature. He has spent the last year or so trying to sabotage Trump's campaign to no avail. From July 2015 to January 2016, he pronounced achieving "Peak Trump" twelve times. After that I lost interest and lost count.
Republicans rejected neoconservatism in favor of a less saber-rattling and less globalist policy of putting America first. The pendulum of politics has swung back and righted itself. Americans are tired of trade deficits, budget deficits, and wars without reason.
Despite his lofty title as editor, Kristol's day job is serving as a conservative foil for liberals on talk shows. He favors arguments that are large on cleverness, weak on persuasion.
There is a market for such nonsense, and it is quite lucrative.
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